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In the Management and anc and Cost CostTwo
Two Tw Institutions InstitutionsTHE InstitutionsTHE InstitutionsTHE
Known as the Municipal LodgLuMouse LodeltiK LodeltiKHouse LodKlulHouse R
House and the Soldiers and Sailors SailorsTemporary SailorsTemporary SailorTemporary s
Temporary Homo IlomeWhat What the Com Cominlssloncrs Commissioners Cornnisslonora
inlssloncrs missioners Report Shows Touohin Touohinthe Touohtng Touohtngthe Touohlnghe h
the he Former JiormcrIncrcased Increased Appropriu Appropriution Approprlut Approprition u
tion for Captain Maxims 1Iaxlnt s Estab Establishment EstabJlshment Esta Estallshntent b ¬
lishment lishmentWe JlshmentWe
We find in the Commissioners C Ionerl report that thatthe thatthe th ththe Lt
the Municipal Lodging House cost over four fouru fourAuud fa fau ur
> u Auud u and dollars for the year named in the theport thejort th thport e
port For this thl sum 10000 meals were wered weted wet wett e
t d and 4000 lodgings given th thF unfortu unfortua nnforta ure u
a and 11 < I homeless On the face of the thet3 re retj reo reot
tj t 3 this tlli does doe I not look bad but a alhtle alhtlerHestigation little littlev Litt Littc to
v c investigation and comparison shows showst oho ohot wa
t eed of reformation refs > rmation and change of ofaagemeut oCJJgemellt c cnagement o
aagemeut in that charity ciiarityr
r instance tc Soldiers and Sailors Sailorscapoiafy SaUorlrnpJrary Sello Sello01p n a
capoiafy 01p + rary Homt Hom on 1 Missouri avenue ex exaded e eads x xoded
ads aded d for the sane year 1f 2500 lor or this thisa thisl tlt tlttbz is
a l tbz tb superintcaJetit superint r l III in charge served servedoci serve d i
oci x meals and gave oixw 9XJO lodgings to old oldpliers 0111cr of oftcrs d 1
pliers tcrs cr and sailor sailo a temporarily stranded in incity inIty i iity n 1
city cityThere ityihere Ity ItyIhere
Ihere i IS is no comparison compari > o11 ia the meals an and andJuttU anddtlle d I
3 JuttU tale in the lodgings given at the tw twas two twoCi9 twoCt9 o
Ci9 The writer writ r was Wl > a guest cf If Capt CaptV Captrhxi CapA t
A V Maxim rhxi m tfce t1 uperintendent of tl tlidacrs the theidlers theIhlrs to
idlers Temporary Home for three days dayss daystwing day daycQwiugto s s
s coming cQwiugto twing to this cityand city tty and before we s sreu se serca serru t
rca employment < lIe served two su sua sub subnlt subntl b
a ntl nlt il J meals it f f fret tot ct we have eaten n nter no noUi nor a
Ui < r since because < vie e prefer plain plainsu plainsunttal siib siibntial mbnttal b
nttal food such aj Lealtuy honest hoae t men meni we wey n I
i > y whose digestive dig i V organs are unind unim unimby t
d < 1 by excesses iu u solids > llds or liquids liquidse +
e cudi bd b d in thi < Temporary Home are areaa area1 at ata1 e
a1 a > are the mums and Senator Senatorprsetttative or orprse orlir r
prse lir prsetttative eatati illative ve dj d J not rest their gigantic giginicllei gigantichand gigmnt gigmntt is
llei t ta hand and ovrrwi oVlrwrked rimed bodies on more moret moreonches nmo nmoal rt
t il couches than Captain Maxim one onetnded offers offerssiiiaded ffers ffers51i rs j
siiiaded 51i lnded old tidier tidierfuod r tldittII idier idierif
if II fund has IH bU1l en described in these theseaians theevIJ the theono
aians ono + which wl1 ch Capi lpt Cutler the suporin suporini IU1rinInt superiidrat m
i drat < nt of the lliiiicipal II I 1 iilJaI Lodgiug Lodlrl Ir House Houseipites HousePl Hou HouI se
ipites Pl I to the hostnUs hoa + 1 ss tramp or stranded strandedi ItrlIldedAnd strand id idAnd I
i si And ta > if rtrlTn rn tin oawie e direct directni dire dire1t lirec lirecn c
ni n tic chef whit wb cooked lj 1 rub rubf A Ajf
+ jf > f 1 > oup up or put liquor l1 < lllur a piece plec of bre brei bread breadi ad I
i l oilee olI e minus ucar ulia and milk is js U Upltable the thepalatable thel to
palatable l > jtable and ior JI n fficieat fl dent meal one re ft r ra e
a 3 at the city lodging house and be benru b bLU bc e
nru c LU u meals the th recipient of this charity charitya chars charsi ty
i a It t say nothing nothlngalld and aaw woodc wood A At A1gle
t c igle cotton blanket is oiUy furnished the theldest theIdcst t tidest he
ldest nights nightsHow nightsHow nightslIow
How Captain Maxim could furnish almost almostjubie almbst almbstuble almb it itruble
ruble the number of substantial mea meawith meals mealswith wealsw1th Is I
with sugar in the strong stron black coffee abun abundance abunl1nce abutdance ¬
dance of bread and a generous supply supplymeats of ofmeats ofmeats
meats and vegetables for 1500 less per perannum perrmum pt ptaunum r
annum than Captain Cutler supplies his pot poti potiuor p prtuor of
i iuor uor soup and a small hunk of bread breadse we were were
se re unable to say but it is worthy of invest investigation investUon Investgtion i ¬
gation Uon by even as high and mighty auto autotrats autoats aut autrats o
trats rats ats as our District Commissioners Commssloneraany At Atuny Atny
any ny hour of the night Captain Maxim will willa willImit wi wiaimit 11
aimit a 3mit the old soldier applicant after 10 tot 0 p pr pr
r t no lodgers need apply at the Municip Municipodgtng Municipal Municipalodging Municipalodglug al
odging House where Captain Cutler and andx a ar red
x s family occupy the upper floor and re receive reo reolve r rr e ¬
ceive r eve 1200 per annum salary The supet super supert supertndent r
t tndent ndent of the Soldiers and Sailors Tem Temporary Temp Te TePr
Pr p porary < < racy Home in i a not allowed to quarter his hisi histo h Is Isfe
i fe and family rawllyat at the home and they a ampelLed are aretnpelled areompel1ed re
0 ompel1ed tnpelled to live and board boar4 elsewhere elsewhereIbe elsewhereTine
The ILOBB l LQBB has been painstaking enough enoughj anon anona nou gin h ht
t j make these comparisQiis for an obje objeqd object objectnd objectlad et
nd that object if in view of the coming comingutionil cominibonal coma comaatioual rag
utionil Encampment of the G A R Ro that thatougress thatO1gress th thougress at
> ougress enlarge the Temporary Home a acrake and andialce andnake red
crake ialce a more generous a approoriation for its itsamtenaoce its11111teuauce 1 1atntenauce ea
amtenaoce atntenauceWe amtenaoceWe
We are pleased to observe that 1300 eat extra extras ra 1
3 been added to this years alloivnnce alloivnncengmg all alta vunc vuncrtngmg 8nce 8ncen e
rtngmg < ngmg n lni the total up to 54ooo 4000 But the theapacity tbeapaclty tl tlapactty 10
< apacity of the accommodation now at the thespgsal thesp t tspQsai h e
spgsal sp sal of Superintendent Maxim ought oughtf oug ougbe h t
f j be doubled as there tl ere will be many seeking seekingi seekingshelter seekin seekinat g
at i shelter of the home during the comin cominnampmentandapercent coming comingv I
nampmentandapercent v atupmentand a per cent of those m mt must mustt wt I
t I kept until they are either sent to the thel t tlamptan
l lamptan ampiion Home or helped to their form formrues former former111e3 J Jmea <
mea Ten thousand tbousanddollars dollars would not be beextravagant heIxtt b bextravagantsum t
> extravagant Ixtt extravagantsum avagant sum to appropriate even an anr aully a ataaly
taaly r ilyfor lly fr this Temporary home but es esuly es111y e etaly
uly the preneni pre en vcxr y year < r and its Nation NationR National NationalK d 1
K R Encampment contingencies and andat andJ an ana
at J nients utratsaxtatu nientsv Ulcutstal1
v itj axtatu > tiiin Cutler h u aurtdty > uKdly not interested interestedirtolating intfr interesteralating tJ d
irtolating 11 lJal1ng the th Commissioners report reportti rl repo repo1z ort ortf rt
ti f nurastsin nitrasts 1I1ra ts in ucli I disparaging diparat tiisparapingfihar tiisparapingfihara n li figlIre figlIret ures urest es >
t n igement ol of the I le Municipal Iodgiijg Iodgiijge g
e iiithatof lid m that of vapain pajn Maxims credi crediuugetuent credlIdgeweut credttigemeut t
uugetuent il r t tlc l1 Temporary Sol Soliid Su SuI Socnl 1
iid I > Sailors Jlnuic jLatca Jlnuicj J Dlc DlcJ
a j ly tar th Com a sijners < Jl1ers do not I1l > t lead leadi r rte rtecn < c cI
i iuH > In report o they could ould ask alkfe for > r sera sUUp serapnatiun some somep
pnatiun p jadtion and j investigate cc thtigate t ig1te the cause CI causet ue of ofiv off
< f iv t oust c arts tli the city elt v i for ten tnousand tnousandus thouanv d
us 9 und 1 < 1 four tho tad lodgings lodinillofa of a muc mucI much muchf h
f tor character t > 1 c eighteen thousand thousandi thouandLlld thousanLi01nine d
i uid Li01nine nine thousand thou rtdLodgings ld lodgings furnished furniihedI tarot he hericTtnporatvtiuldiers d i ii
ricTtnporatvtiuldiers I i i c Temporary Soldiers ulder Home for if1 oJ 5013 5013nl 50 50u1 5aend
end nl there tlt re we leavj leaf the he subjectisaiiing subject subjectVssjiling ubjectJimll
i I
Vssjiling Jimll the Atneicaaarmy Amerjean army is the a aatstration ad add l < l i I
d atstration itration defame deftn of Hell Roaring kJlri1 kJlri1J RuuniaJake lg I
Jake J ke Smiths instructions inatruusnstOSValler inatruusnstOSVallert to t Waller siv sivr H Hrtenyearsatl r
r rtenyearsatl ten years aod ae I make Samara Samar a how howwilderness 1 1Ii tau tauk
Ii wilderness wildernessJL vtrlernesstnperor 11 d Tn s sInpClor
I Ic3 I
JL tape InpClor ror William ViI iam a offer olle r of f a statue statue of his hisjester hi hicstrr 9 9b 9of I
c3 jester r Jcederick < t < neat e at to the repub repubcf repo repoof b I
cf Washington j t greatest freak freako of ofu j i i3n
u 3U susdttp < lity the GerrM Ger l OlJDardl a narchi has ever evert evermmHJ eve evemmmtcrd
mmHJ mmHJf
t ijt it Pierre was destroyec because it was wasv w wadeu ae I
v asJen 1 Ie u vSodom S < Jdom and Gomorrah it is a aluolt aluoltt most mo mot et
t trust 1 In at ti ling ing for the Nations Capital that thate th the rat
e or 01 t t tg a 10 1 n the shape of a volcano we wepjcoua weti w wro e
ro ti J the b caha pjcoua I raus JUJ mouth Of the thei tL tLJ N C Ci
i J iY 1 J > N i 11 JS r ctEttiOi ctEttiOiujt cnttogut
ut 11 6
f rThe The Ring in the th the Capitol Headed Headedby Headedb Headedliy
by b Barber Evans Ev s sNO
Outside the Spbcru Spbc of of Influence Iniluenco 1 13x 13xerclsetl Exercised x >
erclsetl by h the Colored Close Cor Corporation CorlOtation Cotporatlen r ¬
poration Composed of Janitors JmiitnraBath JanitorsDath
Bath Room Rubbers Bnrber8Clonk Bnrber8ClonkIloom nlUbcrs > lonk lonknOO k
Room nOO l and General Utility Men MenThirty lUenThirty
Thirty Years Ycnrslap Pap Enjoyed by lJ the theSpeakers theSpeakers theSpeakers o
Speakers Messenger lUoss n er Etc Etc EtcOrganised EtoOrganiaed ldtoOrganised
Organised wrfar warfare is i s about to break out outand outand ou t
and annihilate the negro nf o employe of the theCapitol theCapitol tt e
Capitol on the hill The Caucasian will willhave wilthave
have no hand in this affair It will be an aninternecine aniatemecille mminternecine
internecine war of the ous oafs against again at the ins insof Insof
of the Afro AfrAnurrican American race and as when whenGreeks whenGreekll
Greeks meet Greeks then comes the tug tu of ofwar orwar o f
war so when wb n the negro nero politicians yearn yearning yrllinl
ing for the flesh pots the brooms and the thehonor thehonor th thhonor e
honor of rubbing down those among the thelawmaker thea e ee
lawmaker who take baths moVe upon th the theintrenched theintrenched e
intrenched ring in the Capitol under tmea head headbarber lleadbarber d
barber Evans the fur or rather the wool woolwill
will fly as thick aa the leaves in Valuebrosia Value Valambrosia
brosia or words to that effect effectTo
To come down to more sober specifica specifications lpecllications epeciattions ¬
tions it appears that the justice to Vaughan Vaughanparty
party lately organized in this citv has em embraced embraced ¬
braced within its membership negros who whoresent whoresent tvh o
resent the monopoly enjoyed by b a ring of ofcolored ofcolared o
colored men at the Capitol and are arc de determined des ¬
termined to break it up It Ilia is charged that thatthere thatthere Wa t
there are over fifty fift coloredemployel colored employes in this thisring thisring W a
ring embracing janitors barbers d0a cloak cloakroom cloakroom k
room employes shop boys folding room roombath roombath
bath room and general utility men and that thatno
no outsider outaidercan can secure a job of any kind kindunless kindunleu kin d da
unless unleasthisringofwhichhead this ring ring of which head barber barberTvau barberTvauis Evans Evansis a
is the Richard Croker decides ecdt8 to take iu iuthe illthe
the stranger strangerMr trarlj < or orr
Mr Evans runs runllA a shop outside out ide as well an aninside a ainlide I
inside the Capitol apitoL He twtaka tweak the noses o of ofSenators ofSenatorl f
Senators and red Congressmen Ccn ressmcu iu his tonsorial tonsorialmanipulations tonsorialj l
manipulations manipul ions and he twists them to his his de designs dt dtI designs
I signs in the lIe appointments aforesaid aforesaidThis afjre aforesaidThiaepremacyMrEvans aid aidI
I ThiaepremacyMrEvans This lhisltpremacy supremacy Mr Evans has hasmaintaiae maintained maintainedfor d de
for the past pa t ten years and strange to state statehimself atatehimselfltud oat e
himself himselfltud mid his following are as solid solidunder solidI solidunder +
under undera a nDcumocratieadMiaistrttioriotaffai iJcitiocratic administration aduiiailtrattouofalfair aduiiailtrattouofalfairii of affairs affairsa a
a < imderth Imller th ipiiMi 1 tpkl < a This Tk l ia accounted iaaocotu1h4for iaaccotuite accountedfor ad d
I for by th the < revolting r volting members of tb the Jus Justice In InI ¬
tice to Vaughan party by the colorless colorlesscharacter colorle colorlecharacter y
character of o the Evans Co political con cotivictions COho COhovictioUI
victions In other words no change in th the thepolitical the1M e
political 1M > litical complexion of the party in power poweris poweril er r
is permitted to flag the rinrita ring its members memberscome z I Icome
come under the wire abreast of the party partyendorsed part y I
endorsed by b the people without any anysqueamish anysquealulsh anysqueamish
squeamish reference as a to whether it is isDemocratic ispemocrattc ii iiDemocratic
Democratic or Republican The messenger messengerof
of the Speaker is instanced as holding his hispreseut hispreseut hitpresent
preseut job joblince since the day da when that prince princeof e
of Democrats the late Sam Randall u was wasSpeaker wasSpeaker a y
Speaker of he House HouseThe I1ouseThe
The balance of the ring has held office officeas officeas
as stated for over ten years and no negro negroconstituted negrocOllstitutent argr o
constituted of Congressman or Senator can canbreak canbreak ca n
break in to even assistant chief of the cus cuspldore CIISDldore
Core squad without the vote and consent consentof consentof
of head h ad barber Evans and his cabinet ca inet inetwhich
which ti guards j the ring and i controls the thepatronage W i ipatronage m
patronage The following communication communicationis n
is self explanatory iu more ways than one onefor oneror
for it not anly9tatea only States tntes the grievance but ap applies applies ¬
plies the remedy Here it t is isEditor iAEditor tieEditor
Editor Sunday Su aday GlobeI Globe Globefor Go6ePor
for I + or the Last ten years there has been a aRing aRing
Ring organized amonge the Colored ColoredLaberor ColoredLaberor Cohort CohortLaberor d
Laberor and messengers mease gers at the Captiol and andthey andthey as d
they Have Prevented any Colored Republi Republicans Republicans ¬
cans or Democrat De ocrat from fromlfettng getting on the Fay FayRolls PayRoll Pa
Rolls Roll unless un ley he Joined this Black Ring o or ortrust ortrustthe r
trustWay trust trustthe they are So Well Organized that it itstay itmakes i t
makes no Difference Which Side Win they theystay the y
stay there Just the Same they Have But Butfew a afew afew
I few Voters in this Ring as most of them tbemare tbemareCrom are ar e
from this District But they impose on the theWestern tbeVesteto th e
Western and Northern members of Congress Congressand
and then to place them on the Pay Roll And Andonce an d
once on the Roll there they Stay through throughDemocratic throughDemocratic h
Democratic and Republicans Congresses Congressesthere CongressesI
there is a move being made by the inde indepenent indepenent ladepenmt
penent Colored Voters to Break tIp this thisRillg
Ring this thi fall By B Voting the Democratic Democraticticket c
ticket Every Employee ontbe or the Roll of the thei tit e
57 5 Congress Has been Secured So as to See SeeJust SeeJust Se e
Just Who are Democrats and who are Re Republicans Relublicanl Republicans ¬
publicans Hundreds are Joining the theVaughn theVaughn timeVaughn
Vaughn Justice Party to Carry Carr out this Re Reform
formThe form formThe formThe
The communication is signed by b a well wellknowl1 wellknown l f fknown f
known colored politician and that he means nteanabusiness meansbusinss mean
business may rea be inferred from the fact tha that thatlie thathe t
he openly announces his allegiance to the theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic partv in the impending Con Congressional Congressional
gressional elections The Black Rioe Rill Rio at atthe atthe
the Capitol Capit is doomed The irruption i uptim of the theVaughan theVaughnn
Vaughan volcano okallt is only en enittiijf smoke m k at atpresent it itpresent t tprefent
present hut the hot ashe and w lava 1 avi will willcome willconte willconic
come later on and overwhelm Evans and andhi andhi an d
his hi follow followvThe fol1owThe
The prompt prcH pre n e t c ictiou Idio tioa 1 of the President in the theSt tIteSt
St Pierre ir < > cur ur has h brought more credit creditand creditand
and glory < ra u tU < American name than ail ailthe liltheSmith3 illtheSarlt6j
the theSmith3 Smith B li Caoilss l ill Iee i Cu C victories victoriesin vi tIi
in the Philippines PhilippinesTue PhilippineaI I I
Tae TLi Rochambeau statue unveiling has hasIHCO
been recognized r by Congress but the etn etnbjusy emaisy rmsassy
bjusy sassy to King Kin Edwards travels without withoutrrcilentias withoutby withoutorient
orient rrcilentias als by the representatives re r entatives of the tboAmerican th thI theAmerican
American people Mark ark the distinctionand distinction distinctionand d ncUon
and the insult ye Anglomaniacs AnglomaniacsKing Anglo maniac
King Edward and the British aristocracy aristocracymust j jtnut
must have hW been h el badly in need of a i special specialeiiiiissj speciale
eiiiiissj e 1 i i 4t r it the coronation cornl11tl n when tiny ao aoui art 1ep
ui p i h at fluakica tIUIlJ 1 ducjtiitatl di1 di ditad itcr by the Ameri American Am Amcan ¬
can Congress Congre and the American people p ople No Noother NOother
other country on the habitable globe dare to tothut I Ithu
thus thu flout such suchn in insult in ult 11 the th face ace of the thedescendant 1 1kc
descendant kc thnt aftid II six sr Ie cc < i > r of George Ilfur ellrj e III IIIit 1 1Blt
Blt it > jij 1 tnk tln f si s s id Wui tn tnrig 1 1b
b If I L LIi
Ii rig t
Of a Leading fLady Lady in t th thMessenger 1 1Messenger
Messenger Boy t ti
a i
f fA
I ICauscs
Causes Bertha Curtis to Lose Ilonio Ilonioand lI IIdnu
and the Only Parents She Eve EveKnow
Knew When boil She Had Grown to toWomanhood t tVomauhoodThe o
Womanhood VomauhoodThe The Adopted Mother Motherin lUothcrIn MotheIn r
in Her Anger Reveals the UlcKltl UlcKltlinaoj IlIelltIII1IU1 1
inaoj II1IU1 of the Daughter DaugltelA DaughterACounoctl DaughterACounoctlout A Connect Connectant Connoctlout
out Idyll IdyllA 1l1VllA
A leading lady 1ad starring ltarri r with James T TPowers t tPowers
Powers in the Messenger Boy wlilch W11cllat t tat vnfit vnfitat
at the National Theater all of ol1at last week weeka weeka rw rwa
a life story which illustrates itlutrat the old andtrite and attitrite alilt alilttrite
trite saying that Truth is Stranger ThariFiction That ThatPiction l
Fiction FictionMiss FictionlI
Miss lI I81Jertha Bertha Curtis for that U her hap baptismal haptiemal p pI ¬
I tismal Hsmatname name was born out of wedlock in inMeriden lUMeriden l Ii IiMeriden I
Meriden Connecticut her father being it itwealthy
wealthy manufacturer of that city and lie11Iother lie
mother a washerwoman Miss Curtis I Ia li
a schoolmate girl friend in this city twife tW tWwife t twife
wife of otp 9 prominent citizen from whom tbGlom tb tbGLOBB t tGLoBJIQbtained
Glom GLoBJIQbtained obtained the following facts factsSometime factsSometime factSometime
Sometime after the birth of Miss Curther CurL CurLher
her father married the daughter of a tea teaing tealtt leaing
ing citizen of Meriden He secretly IIcretl Visitsij Visitsijand visit visitand vis1tand
and pined for little Bertha but bonorabtt ii ononbX ononbXdiscontintted I
discontinued his relations with her mothers mothersIn motll
In time he hit upon a plan to secure HCUr curry ti titittle tit titlittle
tittle tot and bring her to his > princely hOtl1e hOtl1errlrs ham hama el
4 Mrs Curtis I too pined for a baby in a tlitf tlitfbig tin 111 111I d
big mansion nature having denied her the theblessing thebleshl tin e
I blessing bleshl and the matter thus became easy ea eafor
for the husband to bring little Bertha to his hishome Idllhonle h hbeau ie
home as the adopted daughter of the child childlew cl1i1 cl1i1Ie chilitileap
leap Ie couple coupleIt j jIt
It is hardly necessary to state that itfij If IfCurtIs DiCurtis
Curtis concealed from his wife the f fi fa fai
i i that he was the natural father of Ben
I I So the sunshine in the Curtis Curti home homei fit fityears 10years
i years was undimmed and unclouded unclpa ed 11 all A Alittle
I I little Bertha grew apace and knew knewnot1 L new not
that she was the daughter of the ffather ffather f J
father and mother with whom she he llvfi Ii Iilinee lizince
since her early infancy + r l lIn
In some manner Mrs Irl Cnrtla Cnrtlathe i ithe t tthe
the true parentage of Bertha Berthayoung If t trouna t tDung
young Dung lady bad almost reached tbed yMttK yMttKmanhood 7OfIllI1Q
manhood lI1Q hond Tbi9ahs Tblh Tb ah aM cwwisJed e IIa1 X Xmto Xmtohusband fII + oYk oYkiuebaad iI iIllusband +
husband and Bertha while brooding br h evejr evejrthe fiveithe e vet
the cheat put ut upon her In some family fetal l lJar q
jar however betweetf the tb adopted mother motherand Dlotllerand mothsand r
and her daughter the truth was w revealed to toBertha toBertha t o
Bertha and in no gentle tones either by bythe bytile b y
the angry Mrs Curtis Shocked and driven drivenalmost drivenalmost n m
almost insane by the revelation she sought soughther loughther soughher t
her father for confirmation conflrnf tion or denial of the thematter thewatter tli C Cmatter
matter He of course cQ fe confessed confes ed the truth trutlland trot trotand Ii
and Bertha immediately left the only hone holneshe honeshe lioln liolnshe c
she ever knew and the parents whom whom she shehad shebad sin e
had believed and loved accordingly to be beher beber
her natural protectors protectorsIt
It is supposed that th t her greater ajie ajielion affec affection afec afection c ¬
tion for her father roused the jealousy q of ofMrs ofMrs f
Mrs Curtis and in her anger she made the therevelation therevelation th threvelation e
revelation which lost her an adopted adopteddaughter adopteddaughter d
daughter daughterBertha daughterBertha daughterBertha
Bertha proceeded to New Yotk an ansecured and andsecured andsecured d
secured a position as a trained nurse in n one oneis oneoC on e
oC the bill private hospitals oC that cl clip y It Itis
is surmised although not known as a fact factthat factthat far farthat t
that her herfaWermaintained father maintained parental a interest interestin interesin t
in and aided her However by a lucky luckychance look lookchance p
chance or Providential design dellignwho who shall hallsay hallsaywhichMisa sa say saywhich I IwhichMiss
which whichMisa Miss Curtis was assigned to nurse a acelebrated acelebrated
celebrated actress The actress became at attached attached ¬
tached to the attentive and gentle young youngnurse youngnUfie yours g
nurse and after weeks of o close companion companionship companionship companionship ¬
ship as patient and nurse Bertha was in induced induced InCured ¬
duced by b the sympathy and interest mani manifested manifested ¬
fested in her to tell the actress her short but butdramatic butdramatic bu t
dramatic life history The two women be became becawe became ¬
came bosom friends and the actress took tookUertha tookBerth too k
Bertha Berth under her guardianship and care careThe careThe careTime
The discarded girl soon developed talents talentswhich talentswhich s
which delighted her preceptor and friend friendtermined friendand Erica d
and wish wih the result that MiltS Curtis de determlne determined
termined l to follow the profession of he her hernoble hernoble r
noble benefactress benefactressWhether 0 0Whether
Whether her father aided or lent any as assistance aslistal1ee assistaace ¬
sistance tathe to the daughter d ughtcr he saw eawdrivan driven from fromhis rromhis fee feehis w
his home is a unknown but that the starria starring
lady with Mr Powers needs no other oth t did didto aidto aI d
to wake both fame and fortune than lIal1 the thetalents thetatents tit e
talents she so eminently possesses poeeeaees all will willagree willagree wil I Iagree
agree who have teen her in the MessengeBoy Messenger MessengerBoy nIessengerBoy c
Boy in this city during the past week weekComplaints weekol11
j i
Complaints < ol11 laints of ofLnnUllry Laundry Work WorkThe WorkThe 01k
Ii IiThe
The numerous complaints made against againstmany aplnltmanV again t
many of the steam laundries sire becomin becomintiresome becoming g I I Itiresome
tiresome The Th managements of these con concerns concerns concorns ¬
cerns give little if any satisfaction for lost lostor lostor los losor t
or torn pieces ie l Mrs Anna Eaxtnersent E lltner sent her hernew Iternew lintnew r
new white shirt waist costing two dollars t tthe to tollic toIht o
the Raleigh Klectric Laundry ao 2 Zip < Seventh Seventhstreet SevellthItreet t
street The wrist was returned torn and andotherwise amidotherwise d td I
otherwise impossible to use Promises of ofrepair ofrepair o orepair f
repair and make good after a couple of ofweeks ofweeks o oweeks f
weeks resulted in the Raleigh keeping the thewaist thewait th thwaist e
waist because Mrs 1rs Eastuer wouldnt pay pavthe paythe pa pathe v
the bill for having taciu it practically destroyed destroyedNot destroyedNot destroyedNot
Not long ago the th Franklin returned a thin thincotton thincottol1night thi thicotton n
cotton cottol1night night shirt h 1ft for a valuable one sent it itunong i t i
romoa wong other pieces Complaint served no nopurpose nopurpole ti tipurpose o
purpose The cotton night shirt hirt or noth nothing nothing notltug ¬
ing l ug wan the ultimatum No Nowonder wonder th thChinese the theChinese theCbineae e
Chinese are being patronized The laun laundries laundries lamadries ¬
dries are too indifferent to the public ubllc pa patronizing palronizlng patronizing ¬
tronizing them themThe tlietnThe
The Democratic
Concrewional cawpa cawpacommittee a acommittee lIcommittee
committee will get down to work about the tlietime th thtime e
time the voters have made up their minds mindsfrom
from current events and happenings Of Ofcourse 0 0course f
course these convictions are susceptible of o ohange
Ch hange e but it n ill i i cost more morehrain morebrainsSenator brains brainsSenator
Senator Hanra lIanr a thought that thatone one majoiity majoiitywas y
was enough to invest in when the Olii Oliilegislature Olln Ollnle1l
legislature le1l laturc elected him tnited nited Slates Sena tiiaor ¬
or Il < UrC raroads however how rverln in the iipt I IjqII
jqII 1 iRk iCli ch L 1IJneCl lunccs + ancesai1du ancesai1dut a 111 13 < 1 dJU dJUt
t 1011 r ti Jv > V 1 f fvw tt Vi iars liars an nji tn tt on ont cr > I
1 t gr a r T
j i
Of the Pension Office Has Some Somebody SomeI Somebody Somebody
body After Him HimJBLD Himl HimOLD
In n Which 11 11r hlah the Short Comings of th I
r Victim icHm Is Shown Up Over a
Distance Telephone With Com Commis CommislsI01lor in 1s 1ssloner s
lsI01lor slmtcrlVaroBarneslllustDoIeo sloner Ware arnarucs Barnes Must lUuBtDe Be Feel Feelytlnff I
ytlnff 1 + 1 hu hug for Isis Scalp Under the Ne Nerllegimc tt
i1ne rllegimc rllegimcA lmo lmoii
ii iii
A A correspondent correBp ndent in the Pension Office OG1cemid
mid enough to send us already prepared prepareddi prepare preparede d
di supplementarychapter ow onlr Mr Barnes Barnesfe Qrnes Qrnese s
fe e head it One Telephone Xxchangitid exchange exchangead chanre
itid proceeds thus like an old veteran veterantimer
father timer a veteran of the old school of inter interviewers interr lute
r riewersHello viewers iriewenHello viewersHello
GLOBE Hello who it itCommissioner it itCommissioner itI
Commissioner Ware GLOBE I wishsubmit wish
submit submit a few further inquiries concerning concerningthe concerni concernithe n
the Barnacle Cau you OU gIve any additionitems °
items that will show ttow his make upGLoni up upGLOBE uPGtoaE
GLOBE Yea Ye Alt we know comestectlr comes dl directljr dltecta
rectljr tecta from employes em empl s of the office who am amfully
fully acquainted wijh h the man manj manWere
j Were W Very well wells Present resent what you him himo
fo JO o b b9 facts factsGLOBE IactllGLOBE factsGLOB
GLOBE What occurred at the last Me MejCinley lIcI D Dfairly °
jCinley fairly inauguration will serve as a gold goldbe guide guideThe guidebe e
The be Barnacle by some means secured H 11red a appttlntment t
j jlppaiiituient ppttlntment p Jltwent on the cummlttee to preps
L pie e Pension nlion Building for the inaugural lw ball ballwhite ballhUe 11
white hUe this work was in progress the dutieor dutl
of the office had to be suspended Tin ThlIUI1nllioll Tinsutplneiou
susptrmiou of labor included the labor force forceas for ce
as s well tv 11 aa the clerk Of course Iours they die dietheir
their regular pay which was perfectly perfectlyproper perfectlypro perfect perfectprop ly
pro prop proper The Barnaclfc wished the labors laborers laborersto
to to assist tl sbt > > t in the preparation and premised premisedthe psUiHdfl1lt1JXorbitant premisejhtp
fl1lt1JXorbitant the jhtp ftsorbltant sum of faco sao oo for absut abetttWee ut a attreoVs aI
ttreoVs Wee I < IS ts work Some of them refused the thepittance thettltauCe Ii Iiiltwce e
pittance iltwce of fifteen cents a a day They were weretlpld wereold we weold r e
tlpld old they could take 200 or or nothing The TheMab Thebfrerl Tim Timr e
I r Mab alt bfrerl rerS ert bowevei presented the matter wtltterproper to tohef toe
hef e proper authorities and were final finalIy finallyJfiU finally finallyjflytn f
j jflytn Iy n decent wages alrea for their services de depfB defP d a
JfiU fP pfB p the threats of the Barnacle BarnacleWare Barnacleare BarnacleWare
Ware Ware are How n much tech did the Barnacle re recivc reo reoit r ri e
it i civc > e for hfi seridces seridcesCiqUB aeivlces7 aeivlces7tgRa rjees rjeesC
C CiqUB LqII tgRa = tea teatRavt 100 100W 00
< tRavt W JOa kd th tbaaue1eakenJ the Bftfttaete make makeaaty any further furtherexhibition furturexhibition Pur t h et r
exhibition of hit inner self during the in inauguration illaugurabon t n ¬
auguration augurationGLOBE augurabonGLOtIE
GLOBE Well he was very dictatorial dictatorialThough dictatorialTboulfl1 he
Though he had nO control whatever of aftbe aftbewatch the thewatch t g
watch force he strove to order them about aboutas abet
as if he were in full u11 charge cbar e He een went wentso wentso wet lt
so far as to ask a District policeman policemanarrest to toarrest toarrest
arrest the captain of the watch The police policei e
i i man said plainly I have no right to inter interfere InterCere ante r ¬
fare with Captain Perry He is doing h his hisduty hisduty a
duty faithfully and Is not under my jun Juris Jurisdiction jurisdlctio ¬
diction Commissioner Evans had to call callthe callthe en enthe It l
the Barnacle down once or twice and show showhim showhim sho w
him his proper place placeWare placeWare
Ware Isut the Barnacle a sortof a me mechanical mechanical m e ¬
chanical genius geniusGLOBE geniusGLOBE
GLOBE Yes in a way He is excee exceeingly exceed exceedingly exceedingly d l ¬
ingly brave thirtyfive or forty years after afterthe afterth aft
the th war of the Rebellion Any Anyone one w who whowatchea whowatches 1 nor 0
watches his toy boats tht th > Monitor and andHerrimac nndlIerrfwac an j
Herrimac chasing each other in the waters watersof watersof wale ra g
of the Penslap Office fountain can readll readily readilysee readilyse y
I see se that as a a member of the navy nit he heis heis Ii e
I is fighting again the battlea of the war In Inlike Inlike I Ilike o n
like manner he is exceedingly courageous courageousin courageo us g
in the face of the danger attending the theblowing theblowing ti m mblowing u e
blowing up of the Battleship B tUeslllp Maine in inHavana InUavana n n
Havana harbor harborWare harbOrWare harborWare
Ware Didnt lie participate in the actual actualengagement actualenlragement act actengagement ua 1
engagement engagementGLOBK enlragementGLOBE engagementGLOBE
GLOBE His fighting is all on paper or in inthe inthe i a a
the carpenter shop shopWare shopWare >
Ware What other evide vide of his in inventive inventive in inventive ¬
ventive genius has he presented presentedGLOBB pr8tlentedlGWB
Gross GWB Well he has made a representa representation repreHntalion a ¬
lion of the columns and arches of the Pe Pen Penetioti Penslon n
etioti Office painted by the Canadian artist artistAllison artistAmaon artistAllison
Allison and in imitation of that genius has haspainted haspainted ha ae g
painted in a vertical manner the name nameDARNBS nameBARNaS nameBARNHS
to hand his fame to an appreciating pos posterity VOlltuity k ¬
rarity raritytVare terityWare tuityWarl
Ware Are these all the evidences of ofgenius oCgenlut f
genius that the Barnacle has preserved preservedFor preserve d j
For posterity posterityGLOBH pOflterityGLOBII posterityGLOBtr
GLOBH Hidden in the the basement of the theFension thePension tin e
Pension Office is a nameless machine which whichsprung whichsprung whir whirsprung h
sprung fullgrown full growu from his mighty brain brainin brai braiin n j i I
in response to the desire to have the en engineer CIlgin cm ¬
gineer gin er hoist with his own petard Its Itsoriginal Itsoriginal It Itoriginal s
original purpose it is said was to assist in inlifting inlimn i ilifting n
lifting limn objects from the first to the up upper upperfloor upperBoor per
floor of the building bui1din The principles prinel h1 of ofmechanics oCmeclluics f
mechanics had not been carefully studied studiedAs I
As A a result to tf lift a 1 weight seventyfive e i ifeet Ifeet
feet the man who turns the capstan has to t o j jtravel Itravtl
travel five miles This invention will willprobably willprobablv wi wiprobably ll I
probably be sent properly labeled with withthe withtht wit Ii Iihe i
t the he government gos oernment erument exhibits hibits to the St Louis LouisExposition LoulliExpoition
Exposition in 1904 1904Ware 1904Ware
Ware Now Nowarlt are you sure ure you have e ex exhausted exhausted ¬
hausted the list of great ideas id all that have haveflitted haveBitted hay
flitted through the fertile brain of the theBartiable theBarnable th e
Barnableuutm Barnable BartiableCLOBK BarnableL
CLOBK L i We Wecantbope cant hope to do < that but we wecant wecant w e
cant close c1o e this t1ti Interview without alluding alludingat alludin
at least lca > > t to one or two others Several Severalyears Sever Wl l lyears
years ago 0 the Barnacle fashioned a full fullgrown fungrown Put Putgrown 1
grown swan which floated peacefully fortime for 1a a atime atime
time in the waters of the fountain in the thePension thePel1sion tit
Pension Office It was finally removed removedand removedand remove removeand
and a report has it that the BARNACLE BARNACLEbought BARSACLEbought nRNAcL1bought
bought two dozen porcelain hen eggs and andis andis an anis d
is is now employing tIle swan to incubate incubatetiie incubateUleH incubatthere e
tiie I there eggs and produce boneless chicken ohickensfor B Bfor
for the market Should the experiment experimentprove experimentprove t I
prove 1 successful suc esslu1 lie will next strive t tintroduce to tointroduce tointroduce o
introduce 1 and develop in the fountain a amw I InlW
mw I variety of o boneless fish for the special specialm specialuse
use m 1 > of veterans who have lost their feet feetand teeth teethund tcethund
und 1 have impaired i aright Ylsl ltt The tt BAR BARvii x xtr
vii tr 11 is a mighty g genius < niuv and though thoughsouievrliat tlngh8omewll thug thugsomewStet
souievrliat 8omewll expensive at 1400 ft a year and andperquisites an d
perquisites 1 he Iiiu contrary to all expec expectations expectltions exp c cions ¬ I
tations ions or wishes wis on the part of the emLkpts em emfiloyiM m mpuY
filoyiM I puY of the office ollicxlcwn been tolerated tnltrat tolerateditch d dHtil
itch R Ko < 1 r ± J Ik tkJmhis > Wb3 vuCi 0 0II r
II P J t J Jt
4 t
Is This s Attempt Attenl t of f Tol ped pedBoat
Boat Contractors ContractorsI ContractorsWHO Contractors ContractorsWHO
To Secure Cojiiponsatlon Over the theContract theContract e
Contract Price PriceInstead Instead of Being BeingFined 11elolFhlCl1 Boln j
Fined They The Want More Money MoneyAdditional MoneyAdditional IonoyAdditional
Additional Information on th
Painton Electrical Invention InventionThe InventiolThe InventionThe
Thesixteen The government contractors who bail bailthe
the sixteen torpedo boats and fell fly
knots short of the contract eon tract rate of speed ar
asking Congress for compensation inas inasmuch anaal1ueh to tomuch
much as the cost of material advanced whit
they were building the boats For impudent impu impudent impudent
dent nerve this takes the red ribbonAt ribbon ribbonAt ribboNAt
At the time the bids ida were opened PatntaRandall
it Randall the th + > former the inventor
the principle of electrical application t tsteamships
steamships written up last week
i a bid guaranteeing thirtyfive and tort y
knots This Thitibid bid was not considered on the theflimsey thefiimsey th thGimaey e
flimsey pretext retxt that Painton 8c Randall ha had hadno d
no ship building plant The fourteen sue IIUCceuful su c
easeful bidders were awarded the boats a
165000 to 383000 each Painton Paintont s bid fo
35 or 40 knots was 095000 each The boats boatsbuilt boatbuilt s
built cannot exceed 25 knots or rive kuota kuotaless kuotalea knotlate s i
less lea than the contracted speed sp ed And yet yetthe yetthe ye t
the contractors instead of being fined as is isthe illthe i
the usual custom for their failure in the themaximum tbemaximum tlm e
maximum speed are now knocking at the thedoors th e
doors of Congress for compensation because becauseannor e
armor plate advanced in price v Idle the theboats tbeboats ee e
boats were being constructed conltructedThe constructedThe
The Englishman and inventor Richard RichardB d
B Pa Parlton n to ii ia having a hard road roa to travel travelwith travelwith trave 1
with our Navy Department ttment He has beeu beeuIn bee beein n
in a death struggle stru gle with Judge Advocate AdvocateIeinly AdvocateLemly AdvocateLemly +
Lemly for some blue print drawings of ofcruisers ofcrui o p
cruisers crui and battleships he submitted a few fewyears fewyears fe feyears w
years ago Repeated applications failed t to todevelop o
develop the prints but finally a portion of ofthem oftbem o f
them was dug up and returned the past pastweek patweek pas pasweek t
week There are other valuable I1able drawings drawinjCst111mislini drawingstill y
still st111mislini st111misliniSpeakilli missing missingSpeaking
Speaking of his invention Mr Painton Paintonsays Paintosays
i says that the Viper and the Cobra built by bySir bySir bb
Sir WillUrn Armstrong made thirtyfive thirtyfiveknots thittyfiveknota thittyfivknot t
knots with six screws screWs by bill electrical in iuvent inr invantion
vent enUon ion but that airing to an error in its itsapplication itaapplicatiOt1 it s
application of a ruversthle character one of oftheir oftheir o f
their boats ran on the rocks with her own ownmomentum ownmomentum ow i iomentum m
momentum momentum mome ntum ntumthe She was being driven through throughthe h
the water at a spe Ipefd peel d of thirty thirtlive ° dve knots knotswhen knotswhen knotwhen s
when she sighted the rock rocks and although althoughbermachlnery althoughlsrmaddnery t
bermachlnery her machinery was instantly stopped her hermomentum herwomentuw he hemomentum r
momentum was such that she ran on the therocks therocks th e
rocks Now under the Paluton reversible reversibledevice reversibledevice e
device she could have been immediately immediatelybacked immediatel immediatelbacked
backed within her own length That the theinvention theinvention th e
invention is an applied and demonstrated demonstratedsuccess d ed
success Mr Painton has the best evidence evidencein evidencein evidencla e
in his possession which be has already sub submitted submitted ¬
mitted to members of both houses housesHe houseslIe
He has bills now before Congress Cougr s asking aeL ta tafor g
for authority or appropriation to construct
an eight screw cruiser or battleship which whichhe whichbe whirlhe
he guarantees will make forty knots per perhour pe t
hour hourWrestler
Wrestler the Swiss or Tyrolese Aus Austrian Auatitan
trian who invented the screw received one onehundred onehundred mi °
hundred pounds from the British govern government
ment Mr Painton asks nothing for or his hisimmeasurably hi s
immeasurably more important invention il1ention il1entionbut
but the opportunity op rtunity to demonstrate by tin the thllconltruction e
construction of a cruiser or rather a de destroyer destrayer
stroyer that the present motive power is an antiquated antiquated ¬
tiquated and that the money being ex expended
pended for twin twinscrew serew battleships and audcruisers andcruisers au d
cruisers is simply waited SIted By his methods methodsand s
and applications as a explained iu last Sun Sundays Sundays Sunday ¬
I days day GLOBE he guarantees forty or forty
five knots per hour hourSpeaking hourSpeakinl honeSpeaking
Speaking of the article Mr Painton stated statedthat atatedthat state d
that the GLOBB was the only newspaper in inWashington InWashington i n
Washington which published free exactly exactlyas exactl y
as he stated the merits of his invention and andalso an d I
also the best and most comprehensive ex explanation explanation explanation ¬
planation of the sameRecently same sameRecently sameRecently
Recently the athor of the Three Amer Amerlcas Amerleas
leas Railway Mr Hamilton Rowan
tea teetined j jtified i Itlfied
tined under oath before Magistrate Bundy Bundythat Bund y
that every every newspaper 1n Washington W1shingtonwanted n
wanted from two to three hundred dollars dollarsfor dollarsfor dollarfor s
for an article he desired pubiished and that thatthe thatthe i
the GLOBE published it without charge of ofany ofI111Y o t
any kind and never mentioned tie question questioni n >
of price priceThe price1he
The HannaRooseveltRsthbone Hanna Roosevelt Rathbone affair will willmake willwake 1
wake good Democratic campaign literature literaturein litenlu n
in n the hands of a competent literary literar analy analy1st aly i j
j I
The health to King F ing Edward at time White Whitelaw
law Reid dinner was drank with enthusi eltllusialln
asm It ought to have beet drank with withi
a laxative laxativeThe laxativeThe laxativeThe
The unexpected demise of Just Justlev JtJ l Bradley Brad Bradlev
lev is universally univerlllill regretted reirett J X Xhonest nlore nlorehoae mar
honest hoae t fearless and just judge j lldge ev evthe e ° raced racedthe race racethe
the bench in this or any other otl r I in inweak r The Theweak Th Thweak e
weak and the oppressed Oppru ed have Ima e lnt lntand qt friend friendand friers d ed
and champion in the 1a lamented + nented deui deuigreat > + If the tllIl tllIlrel s
great rel jurist juristRepresentative j iRepresentative
Representative Mudd of Maryland has hasproposed hasproposed hasproposed
proposed an amendment to the naval appro appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
priation bill to prevent the use of Maclays Maclayshistory llaclay llaclayhistory 1ac1ayshislory
history in the Naval aval Academy or elsewhere elsewhereTliiswillnot elsewhereTII
Tliiswillnot TII This will not prevent Crowniushicad Crowninshi < M rd Potts Pottsand Pothan Putt s
and an Ipml from enjoying its i ulthy tilth and andlying an anlying ant antlying
lying pages and therefore it is to be hoped hopedthat hopedthat hope d I
that Congress will iIl pass the amendment in inthe inthe
the interests of national decency d cencr and self selfrespect selfrepect
respect respectTut repectIll respectTar
Tar Ill Bureau of iingraviog d J Itinting Itintingbis llItin llItinba iintingha
bis ba Vjfun the th ijeliyen to the lb IViiS ss 5 v De Department Department ¬
partment of internal revenue stamps as asprovided asprovided I
provided in the new revenue reduction act actSixty actSixty
Sixty thousand thou and sheets aggregating anre atin ijooooo ijoooootitnps 1 la tIon tIonhmp w whwps +
< titnps for packages packa2 s couttini containing ct m i > c uid tntlthirl uidbird l1d1hir
bird 1hir oinii 1Inrrz in of f Oiht OLV 11 < > I Id
d i J JJ
I By the t e Civil Civil Service Commis Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners on on n Representation RepresentationTHE RepresentationTHE
In Reality Uca lt1 Has a IlepresentntloM Uelr6 > Ontatlon In Iuthe Intbe Inthe
the Government Service Equal to toOne toOne
One Half the States of 0 the Union UnionCombined UnlouCombined UnionCombined
Combined Whole hole Families inOfficetime In InOffice InOlUcr1Jhc
Office OlUcr1Jhc Tile Recent Wholesale holesil 1d 1dnthtajpng il iliiiiaajnns dIUl >
iiiiaajnns IUl al p to the Classified Olassl c1 Service ServiceThe ScrvlcThe SorvictThe
The Civil Service Commissioners m treport t treport r rreport
report to Congress on 0 the state ap apments a 1 1menta
meant to the classified service say sayPromat says saysPromotion saysProwotjollA
Promotion ProwotjollA Promat anafromthenclassitita anafromthenclassititahas from the l cnclassitied cnclassitiedhas lIda8Siti lIda8Sitihal
has the sauie Mwe effect in s people resi resithe reithe re i r
the District are apruirtd app o t d to tine vncpositiout nc ncpositionl < l lpositions
positions and later lat r K d < II under und r tlic tlicservice t tservice teservice
service rules rulesThese
I These The principle o t rate ate gentii gentiireduce lre1 < I Iprodure c +
produce reduce inequality a i the appoi apportj apportjbutth apporlicr tiv tivUt i a
butth but Ut their effect in ii ncr ng the rn rnappointments c cl
l appointments a1 > poltll1tnt receiv ece < r resident rresic1utVhlll rresidrniDistrict
1 District Vhlll of CoiumbM olUm i jJ j t i been pn pnmarked I Imarked
I marked Up to Jinu J tou u y y igoa I C2 sii I I111eul ip ipnienls >
meals in n the depirtru r service ser u uingtoti s sitl
ingtoti itl tI dadbeen tad been chircftr chln ch m r j Jfain famsttlt jfainsttl1 tU i iof rof
j of Columbia lu l htatbia 1biabu bin bu A + s wone > one s sfront s si < > II <
i from the 1m ltl service IIerVIC < IIA htd < < 1 in t ev crediteil crediteilchaijjo credltfdcharc l
charge on that + cat lat L < j dnst Lin t tin lh lhwas l lwas J1 J1was
was 451 1 1appuinunea appointmeut ar > As hou houj ho hoI
j j I l the has hatoftlu h roe i of the result uH of f the he two twelt twelti ft1 ft1the +
the District D trier of Cohi Coluiib Colunbl nbt i is isentitlvd isentitlvdtwenty llentit eutit eutitta v vtleItydwht
twenty tleItydwht ta uty 0i eight ht of the a 1 ppointtiu ppointmllresented ppoint t c i iresented
resented Dy y the prr pr > < it allottnet allottnetseen nt nthe >
he seen ern cn that it has Ita iciived IL r rLved ved 422 42 42tlents y yi > >
i i > tntnts or r about 1507 IS tr r cent < < nt in illwbat iiix i i iwhat
i x what Imat it it is I entitled to tl Ii by > i strict trict up mp I Imeut >
1 meat under the present pr el allotment allotmenti aotmentThe otment otmentThe
i i The Commissioners mtuis iouer = it will be beoLe olfp olfpi o1 o1refer oLe
i refer only on to District emnopes nir 1J1foy > oyes giviij 2ivqDiitrkt ici r + f fDistrict
District of Columbia Columbia4 a i + Uirlegal tir rlegal rr rev r rAnd r e eAndevrainthis
i And Andevrainthis evea in this ca c case > e hr hey h y are in incsc i it5 e Y
t5 50 7 p per < t cent over th tjiiita + i ta to vlih vlihi i 1 h hi
i l District Ditri t is LI entitled entitldBut
i < Bin Ln vvlien wlell it is recalled r < lat at there ther < 1 1i tunly c t tonly
i i only hundreds huadrfds but many thousand tousanl < I Iernrnuii frl1m
ernrnuii rl1m < l1 clerks ou and I t tmvioyes el < oyes cru < r rslate < < i islates
slate iii is 1 which t1 uy y hi h > never Devervotel lv lvvoted
voted nine lIle idea of < > f tlu tu 11 reid residr f fthis rthislJirlct fthis
this thislJirlct JJisrict L m riot have hac < n I souring su curing urina ofHciil orli orliploYllentmayb otlir otliri
1 ployment ploYllentmayb i tma may be fotntV fon Whole WhlI 1 i iin Iin
I in oilicf ori c the head o o IK may iiive 1tl 1tli h tt e v vI
I front fromsoie iale state or r l l t1 < jl origin oriiilllthe t illv c cthe
1 the remaining et7tIDin member memb he tors we O Oer >
1 ters ter er sonsinlaw suna in laa il ir 11lcrl n u rI rsiniv rsinivand ra in ll llanl l tu
and ijlBers J Itrs h5rs liiVe h re rc L sidetrs sidell h htheir it 1 1their
their If Ite oa 9 comprise lompr v tttt lit st arni t tsuciets isuc
suciets suc to the excu excuioi > iur c the propre prpreentt prop
resentiton re reentt entitou ou of states 11 m tstriloric rritori f fgovernment 11 11I
I i govenrme0tservicet government service servicej
j i Take for instance in tanc iie tar le C + dlins ami all + r t tfamilies i1 i1Camille
families in the tloverrn Covernuirt overnunt rt Printing l las las tas <
as satuoles sampl or orexamples examples ihere are a i ithan r > a 9 9tltm
than sixteen members of tie t 1e Collins urn iuu y vand yand yand
and its immediate immediatecounectoaaandproba connections con1ed ons and pra jr jran van
an equal number of o the Brian fatayti fataytigovernment famy1government famy s sgovernmentemplapmeutram
government governmentemplapmeutram employment from chief chiefand clri clriand f a
and foreman of the priutery to son sonlni sonlniPurdy jnii jniiPurdy in ia iaPurdy
Purdy of the Pension Office not one cf cfwhom cIwhom f fwhom
whom votes Otll in n or has residence in the states statesto state st1tCto +
to which they are accredited but a ail of ofwhom ofwbom ofwhom
whom are actual bona fide residents of tb tits titsDistrict a aDistrict
District DistrictAnd DistrictAnd DistrictAnd
And we only instance ins ance these two f famlct famlctas amt e3 esas e3as
as examples because they occur to us on tae taespur tlespur Liespur
spur of the moment and not because tl ty tyare ty tyare y yare
are exceptional by any means menn There aothers ar arothers a aothens
others by the scores and hundre s ari t tcI r rCivil
Civil cI n Service Commissioners are avarc lV are lr 11 11them d dthem tithem
them but have concealed or igaurr ignore tur turfacts trfacti im
facts in their report to Congress CongressA CongressA CongressAreeolution
Areeolution A resolution calling upon the Comm Commsionen lJm1IsiOnuj Cmmiieioners
IsiOnuj sionen to furnish the lists Ultlof of famu famlcHJ famlcHJor fumic e7 ii iioffice t1once
office or of persons having more i man aaa c cmember cwmberofthe c
member wmberofthe m ember of the family u office o liceanlL liceanlLor and a 1 1or
or lists of individuals c3i cUtraing ring resuer resuerstates res resstate ie c cstates +
states in which they ij ir are < r e not been bcu1gistered c cgistered cgistered
gistered for the past nvi ti ti1 N ten or 0 0yean r ryears <
years would show the rill and actual rI r rresentatioa f fresentation
resentatioa of the Itistrict Vistn t of Colutajia Col UWI1 UWI1tbe L Lthe
the Government service to t be not only on r rI rper
per cent but equal to one 01 c half the sta state e of ofthe if ifthe
the union combined combinedTake comblneuT1ke combinedTake
Take for another example the rice recemission fecemisioll ricemission
mission to the classified c1assit < d service of Mac II > aRural a aRural JRura
Rural lree Delivery clsrks and the tern o oracy J JraryclerksoftheVar >
racy racyfive raryclerksoftheVar clerks of the War Department nine tviuiv tviuivfive + y
five ve per cent eat of whom were we resident of f t tme ae aeDistrict JCDistrLd
District of Columbia > 111 + t I its ininie imwedc > I je l C Ctrihutary
tributary territory in Maryland ant antginia alllitinia
ginia ou UI state or territory territor bad an opror O1Jrnity op r
nity to compete c in civil service exam exawr exawrtioni r rtionj
fleas or ia apportionment apportion W 11 with then the c csands 4 4sands a asands
sands of District residents residentsAnd re residentsAnd iJenb iJenbAnd
And when a law was euted eua ted by IK tLgre tm > v vgress t
gress gre gees tij u admit to the clasi8ed scrvi se u e t e eCensus eCen
Census Cen u cerk represeutir every ever s1 IL Icterritury
territory territuryin SB in the union bh uhthe the i1 l land +
and 1le llie Civil Servie c auiis Qmissiuu nmissiuut nmissiuutf ioii r riteil rWk
f Wk iteil t urd the measure mea l1fe IK h Utter by byd bJ bJatfd 1 1a5fd
atfd d the ti former by + l Hopl Hopllllinoi Ho Holllillvt Hupr Huprllliuuis
lllinoi S itiatorial > as I d t knowr know knowOvr
Ovr + c r coollection c ollectlOll ii cr t e r that tii ti l lthe l lScrvie uService
Service Lonmmissiotm mmisol tc t ilJ iii a athe jn jnthe
the Vi Vi trHouse I < itir tr House ard al art C r Amended Amendednnsaiuu umertdaluussuutheClassitiia mend l lI11IStu <
uussuutheClassitiia nnsaiuu j the clasitiei c < vice jceofJLtc jceofJLtcRata of Mii1 Mii1Kuial tIc tIcRlIta
Rata I e Delivery a t i clerks clerl clerlper u v vper yper
per CM c of f whom l1om wc w < lie c relative relativepainittr relativcparru relativeparnur
painittr parru employes iti 11 r if t Va Vanewsp at
newspaper newsp new spapct p T pohlishc it rcpurtcr rcpurtcrtact rqJt rqJtfact ttpoafact
fact tvc W v < r can name an r9 dozen doz > I u ulaUer < i
latter These same cOinu wionors wionorsa iollrs iollrsi
a a i how of u f protest against te class cla + < iu iuof i iof it itof
of the cetnua et4 111118 clerics clerk bjcanse bc b camte they had ii and has hasa = 113a 13 13l
a l comma CUtlt live examiuatiji examiuati j lllld d were fire tll tllD0I1Le fireDC r rDoit
Doit D0I1Le DC uP e f Congressme Coni e sm < t ISenators I h hever 1 tever
ever 11 g I and territory In the Cita CitaNeum l3c lt lte < l lNeity
Neity Neum e Machens Rurii Free
IKr Dc TV TVtie v I Il
tie l crra k k tt the temporary crks rlls of ti I i ip 3 U a aPJ wut
+ PJ p ut t who were admitted 1111 ted to the thetinea l1 l1nlieci
tinea nlieci nnedenice terrice ice took compel compelire i re or att inkind 1 1kind 1kind
kind of examinations ji ar ii many or or > i igrass c cgrass >
grass gra s widows in Maciter Iaclt iravansuv travauarvqualitiedMkr uavauI uavauIquatifild j jquaified
quaified qualitiedMkr fln Vji i ll r I < aru amuthe the th < 1 1paid 1paid tpaid
paid them th m by tic ti t + jj ro t tTIe t tThe tTIe
TIe Con Cottiaisionfri Unpi1lnF + ui fur 3 Ri ti a made C Con Conhavebeen CnnIp + cnt cntt
t r Ip pa knowUji y yL
L 1 igti t1 1 her ter case 1 1haebeeu tUavebeenguiltyoftaraishing
havebeen Uavebeenguiltyoftaraishing guilty of fornishiuy inei ineimisinformation inrI inrImisinformation iuecmisinformation
misinformation to the Congathe Conga Congr Congrthe i ithe
the District i tict representation r r tatlol n t ti m4acct
acct ev Tit The t1 t1i d dlrwh +
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